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Blackstar – David Bowie – (Sony DADC) – Rs. 499/-

The full jacketed black inlay packaged album has a star as its cover image and while it is symbolized as a Black Star, it is otherwise pronounced and stylized as ‘Blackstar’. Bowie’s fondness for space began early in his career with songs such as Space Oddity and Life on Mar
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The Heavy Entertainment Show – Robbie Williams – (Sony DADC) – Rs. 499/-

The Take That boy has come a long way and returns to the fray with his 11th album. Though his music is not really making great chart history, as a person he is in the news for all the wrong reasons
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Glory – Britney Spears – Deluxe Edition - (Sony DADC) – Rs. 499/-

At 17 tracks in the deluxe edition, this ninth album by the pop diva gives a Christian connotation in her album title. But that is only so much Spears offers as her album is totally devoid of any such religious surprises and dabbles mostly on R & B standards, hip hop and pop influences.
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The Thompson Fields - Maria Schneider (Import)

One of the main inspirations for the varied types of music cultivated, valued, and cherished in the diverse cultures and corners of our Earth has been the sounds of Nature, be it the dulcet calls of birds or the trumpeting of elephants or the bleating of sheep or the rustling of leaves or the fury of storms or the gentle lullabies of flowing streams
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The Ground - Tord Gustavsen Trio (Import)

The Tord Gustavsen Trio consists of Tord Gustavsen on piano, Harald Johnsen on double bass, Jarle Vespestad on drums.
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Hypnotic Eye - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (Sony Music / Warner) Rs 499

Though he released his debut album way back in 1976 and eventually became one of the biggest-selling artistes in rock music, Tom Petty debuted at number one on the Billboard charts for the first time only recently, with his 13th recording ‘Hypnotic Eye’.
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NOW That’s What I Call Music! 2017 – (Universal Music) – Rs. 395/-

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Often referred to as NOW series, dates back to 1983 when the first compilation series started in the UK. Since then, it is one of the most sought after and most awaited compilation albums to come around.
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Day Breaks – Norah Jones (Universal Music) Rs. 295/-

Those how have followed her music, know her style, her target audience and her jazz influences felt on most of her work down her 14 year career. This new album, her sixth that consists of 12-track set, features nine original songs and three covers that take you back to her roots.
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Dear Santa – Bashir Sheikh (EMI Virgin) Rs. 195/-

No one can ever forget the golden voice of Bashir Sheikh whose 1991 album released then on Crescendo Music was one of the first few Indian produced Christmas albums that rocked Mumbai.
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E.MO.TION – Carly Rae Jepsen – (Universal Music) – Rs. 295/-

Carly Rae Jepsen's third album ‘E•MO•TION’ brings us to some bubble gum pop, and even though we would not label it as one of the best pop records we have heard so far, the singer – songwriter has brought out an album that has some good moments.
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